Cache Coffee

Mean Gene




Dark smokey flavor blend

Roast Type:


Good For:

Bold, Smooth & Classic Coffee Taste

About this Roast

mean gene coffee bag

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This fresh, locally roasted bag of “Mean Gene” is a dark, smokey-flavored roast with an 80/20 Brazilian and Sumatra blend. Roasted & bagged locally right here in Paradise, Utah. 

  • Proudly named after popular local customer, “Mene Gene”
  • 80/20 Brazillian Sumatran Blend
  • Roasted with a custom smoke-finished process
  • Try our popular dark roast blend today!

Step 1

The first step in the coffee roasting process is to select the type of beans you want to roast. The beans you choose will affect the flavor and aroma of your final cup of coffee. Depending on the type of bean and the desired flavor profile, different temperatures and times may be used for the roasting process.  

Step 2

The second step to roasting the Mean Genes is to heat the beans. The beans must be heated slowly and evenly to ensure that the beans are not scorched or burned. A temperature of about 350 degrees Fahrenheit is used to achieve a the flavor of Mean Gene our customers love.

Step 3

It is essential to stir the beans continuously during the roasting process to ensure they are evenly roasted. This helps prevent any unroasted or scorched beans from collecting in the roaster. Additionally, stirring the beans will help keep them from sticking to the sides of the roasting chamber. 

Step 4

The fourth step in the coffee roasting the Mean Gene is cooling the beans. After the desired temperature is achieved it is important to cool the beans quickly. This helps preserve the flavor and aroma of the fresh-roasted beans. Cooling the beans can be done by placing them in a tray lined with a cloth and circulating air over them. The beans should be stirred occasionally while they cool to ensure that they cool evenly. Once the beans have cooled to room temperature, they are ready for packaging.

Step 5

The final step of bagging up a locally roasted bag of coffee is to seal the coffee. This helps preserve the freshness of the coffee. The bag is then labeled with the roast level, and the date it was roasted. Finally, the bag is packaged and sent to the store for our customers.

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